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Docs: startup cockpit view for SPAD 13.C1...possible to save?


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#1 SeaOfDreams

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Posted 26 August 2018 - 12:07

I'd like to save my preferred view in the cockpit (newbie)...is that possible?

 

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#2 Panthercules

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Posted 27 August 2018 - 00:01

Yes - you really should read the manual - lots of great info in there, including the instructions about how to set your default view in the cockpit (of each plane - you need to do them individually) using the PgUp/PgDn/Home etc keys and then save it down using the F10 key.


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#3 SeaOfDreams

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Posted 27 August 2018 - 10:55

Thanks for the tip. Actually, I /am/ reading the manual, all 156 pages of it, in 2 approaches: I am reading starting on page 1, and I am searching the document when I have a specific question, and don't want to wait until I get to whatever section might address is. While my searches through the manual didn't turn up what I wanted, reading the TOC did, as '10.0 COCKPIT CAMERA ADJUSTMENT .................. 42' is what I am looking for, and I was able to adjust the cockpit default view, and learn that F5 gets me back to it. 'Snapping' back to the my preferred default view is important, because I have  (had) a habit of accidentally hitting a button on my Saitek X52 that zoomed the cockpit view, and I didn't know how to get  back. Unfortunately, ROF, just like every other app, comes with it own language, so searching the doc does not always get me the info I want, simply because I chose the wrong search terms. In this case, I wanted 'snap view', bit didn't know that.


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#4 Panthercules

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Posted 27 August 2018 - 19:09

Yeah - there's so much info in the manual and the (Russian) dev team gave us lots of options (but chose some pretty strange names/terminology for some of the commands and things), so it can be pretty daunting to try to find exactly what information you're looking for.  Fortunately, the manual is very detailed and eventually between that and some helpful community member(s) you can usually find what you need if you stick with it.


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